Healthcare Data*

FREE layers of healthcare data for the United States are available for current users of Maptitude. Four separate geographic files are included in this download:

  • Healthcare Organizations: A point file with the locations of pharmacies, dental practices, chiropractic practices, eyewear and opticians, nursing facilities, clinics, and hospitals (Includes General/Acute Care, Critical Access, Psychiatric, Rehab, Rural, Military, Chronic Disease, and other hospitals); Also includes up to 15 taxonomy codes and descriptions, Medicare charges, and Medicare payments
  • Healthcare Providers: A point file with the locations of physicians, pharmacists, physical therapists, nurses and nurse practitioners, psychologists, optometrists, social workers, dentists, counselors, and chiropractors; Also includes up to 15 taxonomy codes and descriptions, Medicare charges, and Medicare payments
  • Hospitals: A point file with the locations of 6617 hospitals and information about them including the address, phone number, hospital type, and number of beds. Updated for 2020 release to include hospital network where available.
  • Primary Care Service Areas: An area layer with boundaries from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) that also includes over 600 fields of demographic information from the 2016 5-year American Community Survey and over 400 healthcare related fields sourced from HRSA.

Available File Formats:

Available in Caliper CDF format for use with the latest version of Maptitude and TransCAD. To learn about data availability in other GIS file formats (e.g., shapefile, KML, KMZ, GeoJSON), please contact a Caliper data expert today by emailing or by calling us at +1 617-527-4700.

Price: FREE For Maptitude 2020 and current TransCAD users

Maptitude map with healthcare layers

Healthcare data map

Ben Browning

“As the Primary Care Association for Florida, we are able to map Community Health Center locations and overlay surrounding data built into Maptitude to assist in planning and responding to the needs and social determinants of health for over one and a half million patients, as well as all Floridians (everyone is eligible to be an FQHC patient). The ability to import data and simultaneously look below the surface to map transportation, economic conditions, and other key demographic characteristics provides an additional means by which Health Centers can strategize and implement action plans in addressing the health and environment in/around their service areas. This tool is very powerful, once able to harness the full extent of its scope.”

Ben Browning, MPA
Florida Association of Community Health Centers, Inc.

Philip Moya

“This is awesome mapping software. We use it to create heat maps of where our patients live. This allows us to intelligently decide where to add services in our area.”

Philip Moya
San Antonio Kidney Disease Center